Speaking about the recent results, Diarmuid O'Riordan, ASG Founder, said: "We're delighted for our students - it's a testament to their hard work and their diligent approach to these important examinations. It is also evidence of the high standards of training that our instructors provide and an endorsement of our approach to becoming the industry's leader in the provision of ATPL theoretical training. Each of our refresher periods are scheduled 2-3 weeks in advance of the published IAA exam sittings and we ask our students to submit topics that they would like us to focus on for their revision classes; this ensures a bespoke and personalised training experience tailored to our students needs and provides our students with the highest possible chance of success with their exams".
Each one of our ATPL instructors are selected for their practical industry experience and expertise in their theoretical domains. While many ATO's use their day-to-day flight instructors for ATPL instruction, by using subject matter experts (directly from industry) we can focus on providing the highest quality of training. All of our instructors are taken directly from industry, including: current airline pilots, type rating instructors, aircraft and avionics technicians, human factors specialists, military pilot instructors, aeronautical engineers, and air traffic controllers, to name but a few.
Our instructors are truly passionate about what they do and want to pass that on to the students that they teach. By specialising only in providing ATPL theoretical knowledge training, we can focus on providing the best possible preparation for your career in aviation. It is our goal to become the market leader in the provision of high quality theoretical knowledge ATPL training.
Incorporated in Ireland in 2015, ASG's primary goal is to provide high quality, cost-effective and responsive training, consultancy, and services to the aerospace and defence sectors. ASG is an approved Air Training Organisation IE.ATO.012 of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) permitted to deliver training for the award of an Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL).
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Visit our ATPL page to see why you should train with us, also feel free to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your training needs. Our application form can be completed electronically and e-mailed directly to us.